Seawolves Run Out of Time in New England, Pick Up Losing Bonus Point
April 9, 2022 (TUKWILA, WASHINGTON) – The Seattle Seawolves traveled to Massachusetts to face the New England Free Jacks (7-1). A trio of tries from the visiting side wasn’t enough to take down the Free Jacks at home, but it did earn them a bonus point in the Western Conference standings. 24-22 New England.
• Hooker James Malcolm scored the opening try of the match for Seattle, his second of the season
• Inside Center Tavite Lopeti added to his season tally with his fourth try, as did Fullback Mat Turner with his second
• Washington native and Central Washington University alumni Cole Zarcone made his Seawolves debut
• Next week’s match versus San Diego will be critical in Seattle’s efforts to stay in the playoff hunt
Flyhalf AJ.Alatimu (72’) 1/1
The Seattle Seawolves will return to Starfire Stadium on Saturday, April 16 to face the San Diego Legion at 3:00 PM PT. Before the main event, the fourth and final curtain raiser event, presented by BECU, of the season will kick off at 12:00 PM as Rugby Washington Girls High School teams compete in a round-robin set up, Seattle versus San Diego will be broadcast on ROOT SPORTS regionally and streamed online on The Rugby Network. Fans can bundle and earn perks with three-match packs for the last three regular season matches, or purchase single match tickets, now at https://seawolves.rugby/buy-tickets/.
Run With the Pack Rugby Youth Camps start before the home match
The Seawolves are once again proud to partner with ROOT SPORTS for
Charles Elton, a highly skilled New Zealand defender, has signed on for
After playing with NOLA Gold last season, Taylor Krumrei is back with
TUKWILA, WASHINGTON – The Seattle Seawolves have announced their preseason match schedule